Author's note: This is a monologue written from the perspective of Roger Chillingsworth from "The Scarlet Letter" for an AP Literature and Composition class. Please refrain from copying the work. My blackest of deeds remain untarnished at the present Indeed the most...
Poem: Winter’s Ballet
Clouded breath on the cold window Palm prints on the pane As she watches December's debut dance. The seasonal smile again returns She calls to her mother and begs to go And frolic with frosted friends Rummaging through the closet...
A love letter to music
Music has the power to impact people no matter how young or old, serving as a way to connect and heal on any day of the year.
Short Story: Rice Paddy Hats
A short story inspired by the pursuit of the American dream centered around Indonesian characters.
Poem: To My Target Panic
Target panic is a sports performance anxiety or block specific to archery. It’s a condition that affects an archer’s ability to shoot consistently and accurately. Sports performance anxiety is common yet hard to diagnose, and treat. The following is a glimpse of my personal journey fighting target panic as a competitive archer.
Poem: Family Tree
A poem by Anne Chen
Column: My sushi rollers
The unconditional love sisters have for each other prevails no matter how far apart in distance they go.
Poem: Dear Papa
A poem by Cathleen Balid
Short story: Bicycles
“You hid that lurking fear so well — the unfathomable possibility of never creating again — that the thought to ask never crossed my mind.”
Poem: The House on Strawberry Hill
A poem by Aanandi Thakur